I recall someone pointing out that the Canadian publishing establishment by content requirements similar to the CRTC CanCon. Anyone know what it is?
There is a content law for Canadian publishing and grants, I've read it before. I just can't find it again. When someone mentioned it, I thought they had misread the CRTC, which doesn't regulate the Canadian publishers, but he pointed me to another regulation that did, in fact, present a diversity quota of sorts. I just can't remember what the regulation was called.
there are of course quotas (probably fuzzy?) for grants (canada council, etc), but cancon is a requirement to use public frequencies, not "maybe you'll get some moneys". so what you're talking about is not a "regulation"
i mean back to canada
is it this? it's pretty funny, i have no idea how they/you would do this:
Exploration of impactful narrative elements in literary representations of trauma: a study of Canadian First Nations and German historical fiction novels
fuck this bitch/you
They're not actually wrong in the sense of what is considered literature in Canada. There is a strong push for diverse representation in the Canadian canon. Personally, I think this fetish for defining the Canadian identity is a bit ignorant to art as a whole, but then again, this isn't a black and white issue
I know, I'm not sorry.